Song Of The Night: Streets Of Rage by Crusader(06/03/2021) Jammaversary Mode!

Hey J360 Legion

Continuing on with the Jammaversary festivities, welcome back to another Song Of The Night feature.

Tonight’s spotlight couldn’t come at a better time as the artist we’re looking into is making another single for release on July 9th. I’ve been meaning to bring him back onto the Jams list because he’s been a big inspiration for me in producing this series.

I’ve also had the pleasure of helping him with his rebranding and his big album’s premiere “Holy” following the rebrand.

So this is a special shoutout to my brother Bloodpanic from his earlier incarnation as Crusader with Streets Of Rage.

Bloodpanic (Crusader) made this song in association with another artist called Glitterwolf.

If you ever want to see more of Bloodpanic’s material, check him out here.

Keep making music brother, you’re a legend!

Until next time everybody, keep rocking out and enjoying the music!

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Song Of The Night : 02/15/17 Wildcard Wednesday 

Hey J360 Legion

Time kinda got away from me this week since I’ve been working on trying to get rid of this bastard cold. You’re going without a Song Of The Night regardless. So hence the randomness this week so I hope those of you who need to unwind will love this track, and those of you that are going out to handle your Batman shifts will be empowered by it.  So let’s fire up the J360 Playlist so that we can bring about the Inspiration of the Night. Perhaps a bit of Dark Synthwave, deep grooves, a gaming remix? Since it’s Wildcard Wednesday even I don’t know but it’s time to shuffle up.

Today’s track is called “Moon Beach” remixed by Hypercan from the Synths of Rage album by 30th floor records.

It’s going to be a busy night, and I don’t mind listening to this track in order to finish up some much needed tasks around here in the studio. Since you’ve gotten a taste of this track and Hypercan’s work you should look into the other remixes as well.

This compilation album from multiple synthwave artists celebrates the original music from Streets of Rage by Yuzo Koshiro, and  Motohiro Kawashima, you can check it out here.

If you love the sounds from Hypercan, feel free to check out their Soundcloud here.

Well Legion, continue doing what you do best and I’m going to try to finish up some loose ends around here.  Never stop pushing for greatness and stay true to yourselves but never settle for average, you’re all too good for that.

 

Songs Of The Day: 02/08/17 Wildcard Wednesday Arcade

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We’ve much to do today but we’ve got something awesome to hear to get us started for the adventure.  Matter a fact we’re going to double up for this event, and spend sometime in the Synth Arcade.  Since it’s Wildcard Wednesday the event could be anything and the best thing about this Arcade special is that you don’t need quarters.  So before we all leave to perform our tasks for the grind, let’s hear some inspirational music.

These two songs were developed by multiple Synthwave composers under the label of 30th Floor Records.  They’re from two compilation albums called Synth Fighters, and Synths of Rage.

Coming from the album “Synth Fighters”, our first song is a remix of Ryu’s Theme from Street Fighter 2 by Kaleido Drive.

Hot off of the “Synths Of Rage” album, our 2nd track is a remix of “Fighting In The Street” from Streets of Rage 1 by Python Blue.

If you love the sounds of these composers feel free to check out their Soundcloud listed below.

  1. Kaleido Drive
  2. Python Blue

Just listening to these tracks makes me want to just sit back and play some video games again, I do need to make another PowerPlay set for you guys and I do have one in the works but let’s seize the day first and make things count.  It’s going to be a busy one, and listening to these tracks will make you want to get out there and show off your potential especially when it’s in the middle of the work week.   So let’s do this!